The Legend Of Fu

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The Legend Of Fu

Authored by Ben Efsaneyim
Edition: 1

When Chinese merchant, Fu, rescues a white woman from a brothel in late 19th Century California, it unleashes a series of events that land him in the middle of a deadly mystery. Pursued by two vicious assailants, Fu and the woman make their way to the San Francisco Chinatown, hoping to hide out until the men chasing them lose their trail. When he has a violent encounter with the men in a deserted lane in Chinatown, he realizes, too late, that he has become embroiled in an intrigue of such an explosive nature that it threatens to destroy Chinatown and end the Chinese presence in America.
Amidst a rising tide of anti-Chinese hysteria, a racist mob descends on Chinatown, intent on burning it to the ground and expelling its residents, as Fu and the mysterious woman unite in an effort to solve the intrigue to which she unwittingly holds the key. As events reach a critical climax and all seems lost, Fu finds himself aided by dreams in which an enigmatic old man imparts clues to him that could hold the answer to saving the Chinese quarter.

Publication Date:
153307674X / 9781533076748
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Asian American

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